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  1. Luis Vaz de Camões – Catholic Encyclopedia article; Rimas by Luís de Camões. Editor: Álvaro Júlio da Costa Pimpão. Coimbra: Acta Universitatis Conimbrigensis, 1953, 460 p. The Presence of Camoes: Influences on the Literature of England, America, and Southern Africa by George Monteiro. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 1996, 189 ...

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    Many details concerning the life of Camões remain unknown, but he is thought to have been born around 1524. Luís Vaz de Camões was the only child of Simão Vaz de Camões and wife Ana de Sá de Macedo. His birthplace is unknown. Lisbon, Coimbra or Alenquer are frequently presented as his birthplace, although the latter is based on a disputable interpretation of one of his poems. Constânciais also considered a possibility as his place of birth: a statue can be found in the town. Camões belongs to a family originating from the northern Portuguese region of Chaves near Galicia. At an early age, his father Simão Vaz left his family to discover personal riches in India, only to die in Goain the following years. His mother later re-married. Camões lived a semi-privileged life and was educated by Dominicans and Jesuits. For a period, due to his familial relations he attended the University of Coimbra, although records do not show him registered (he participated in courses in the Humanities)....

    Camões is the subject of the first romantic painting from a Portuguese painter, A Morte de Camões (1825), by Domingos Sequeira, now lost.
    He is one of the characters in Gaetano Donizetti's grand opera Dom Sébastien, Roi de Portugal.
    Camões figures prominently in the book Het verboden rijk (The Forbidden Empire) by the Dutch writer J. Slauerhoff, who himself made several voyages to the Far Eastas a ship's doctor.
    Today, a museum dedicated to Camões can be found in Macau, the Museu Luís de Camões.

    Template:SisterTemplate:SisterTemplate:Sister 1. Works by Luis de Camoes at Project Gutenberg 2. Luis Vaz de Camões- Catholic Encyclopedia article 3. Rimasby Luís de Camões. Editor: Álvaro Júlio da Costa Pimpão. Coimbra: Acta Universitatis Conimbrigensis, 1953, 460 p. 4. The Presence of Camoes: Influences on the Literature of England, America, and Southern Africaby George Monteiro. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 1996, 189+10 pp.

  2. Obras de Luis de Camoes no Projeto Gutenberg; Luís Vaz de Camões, o poeta da epopeia dos Descobrimentos, Perfil biográfico do poeta Luís Vaz de Camões, Manuela Martins, RTP, 1992; Camões é um símbolo nacional. Porquê?, Uma Questão de Palavras (Extrato de Magazine Cultural), por Luísa Mellid-Franco, Videofono, 1992; Quem és tu Luís ...

  3. Poeta português, filho de Simão Vaz de Camões e de Ana de Sá e Macedo, Luís Vaz de Camões terá nascido por volta de 1524/1525, não se sabe exatamente onde, e morreu a 10 de junho de 1580, em Lisboa. Pensa-se que estudou Literatura e Filosofia em Coimbra, tendo tido como protetor o seu tio paterno, D. Bento de Camões, frade de Santa ...

  4. Portugal, Torre do Tombo, Secretariado Nacional de Informação, Arquivo Fotográfico, Documental, II-7, doc. 47412. “Busto de [Luís Vaz de] Camões, da autoria do escultor italiano Luigi Belli, existente na biblioteca do Centro Cultural da Fundação [Calouste] Gulbenkian, em Paris”. 1980-06-11.

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  5. Luís Vaz de Camões PORTUGAL Amor é fogo que arde sem se ver Verdes são os campos Transforma-se o amador na cousa amada Se tanta pena tenho merecida Busque Amor novas artes, novo engenho Enquanto quis Fortuna que tivesse Tomou-me vossa vista soberana Quem pode livre ser, gentil Senhora O fogo que na branda cera ardia Tanto de meu estado me ...

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